Housing Programs



City of Livermore Affordable Rental Housing Opportunity

The City of Livermore is pleased to announce a new affordable rental housing opportunity at Ageno Apartments located at 1055 Westwind Street #155 in Livermore (Vasco Rd. & Brisa Dr.).  There will be 35 new affordable 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments available to households earning 40 – 50% of the Area Median Income.  Please see the flyer for more details.   


Applications can be downloaded on the City of Livermore’s website or may be picked up at the temporary leasing office at 1055 Westwind St. #155 in Livermore, between the hours of 8:30AM – 5:00PM.


The application acceptance period will begin on Monday, 9/2/19 and end on Wednesday, 9/11/19 at 5:00PMApplications must be received at the temporary leasing office no later than 5:00PM on 9/11/19. 


If you have any questions you can contact the leasing office directly at (925) 275-5567. 


New Housing Opportunity-BMR Home now available

The City of Pleasanton and Hello Housing have teamed up and have a Below Market rate house for sale. Please see Hello Housing's website at http://www.hellohousing.org/stewardship/cityofpleasanton/homes/ for more information and the ranking order from the lottery. They can also be contacted at Pleasanton@hellohousing.org or (415) 863-3036.


AC Boost - Alameda County Down Payment Assistance Program  


Down Payment Assistance is available through AC Boost!


AC Boost is Alameda County's NEW Down Payment Assistance Program. AC Boost provides financial assistance to the middle-income working households to purchase a home in Alameda County. The program offers shared appreciation loans of up to $150,000 to first-time homebuyers who live in, work in, or have been displaced from Alameda County.

AC Boost is funded by Alameda County Measure A1 and administered by nonprofit organization Hello Housing.

Application deadlines and eligibility requirements apply.


Learn more at acboost.org, email acboost@hellohousing.org, or call (510) 500-8840

Check out the AC Boost flier!


Renew AC - Alameda County Home Improvement Loan Assistance Program


Renew Alameda County provides low-income homeowners in Alameda County with 1% interest rate loans of $15,000 to $150,000 to complete home improvement projects ranging from correcting health and safety hazards to accessibility upgrades and structural rehabilitation - no monthly payments required. Renew AC is operated by Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley and is funded by Alameda County taxpayers who approved the Measure A1 Housing Bond in November 2016.


Learn more or apply at RenewAC.org, email homerepair@habitatebsv.org, or call Habitat for Humanity's Home Repair Hotline at (510) 803-3388.

Check out the Renew AC flier!


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About the Housing Division

The City of Pleasanton Housing Division coordinates the development and maintenance of affordable rental and ownership housing in Pleasanton and administers:

  • The General Plan Housing Element
  • First Time Homebuyer Assistance Programs
  • The Housing and Human Services Grants Program (HHSG)
  • The City's Inclusionary Housing Ordinance (Residential developer Incentives)
  • The Housing Rehabilitation Program for Existing Homeowners

The Housing Division provides information on:

  • Below-market rental housing opportunities
  • Housing and services for seniors and persons with disabilities
  • Fair housing and tenant-landlord services        
  • Emergency housing resources
  • The City does not own or manage any housing directly. However, the Housing Division can provide contact information and referral to developments in Pleasanton that offer housing at below-market rents or sales prices.

Housing Division
Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
200 Old Bernal Avenue
PO Box 520, Pleasanton, CA 94566 (Mailing Address)
(925) 931-5011

Email:  housing@cityofpleasantonca.gov

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(Income and rent levels may be outdated.  Please contact the properties directly.)